London hosts Search Engine Strategies event

Search Engine Strategies, a leading conference on search engine marketing and optimization, will take place in London next week.

London (eNewsWire) 15 February 2008 – Search Engine Strategies (SES) will be holding a conference and expo in London between 18th and 21st February at the Islington Business Design Centre.

Hundreds of exhibitors and experts are expected to come attend discuss the latest developments in search marketing technology.

Attendance at SES London was up by over 50% last year as search marketing continues to become one of the most talked about areas in Internet marketing.

Search Engine Strategies is a leading global conference and expo series that educates attendees on search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO) and online advertising strategies and tactics.

Delegates will have the chance to network with one of the largest gatherings of search engine marketing professionals, in addition to attending the most comprehensive SEM/SEO learning opportunity in the UK or Europe.

The line-up of speakers includes experts in a wide range of Internet marketing fields as well as representatives from search engines themselves. Guest speakers include Mike Grehan, Kevin Ryan, Nick Carr, Kristjan M. Hauksson and Dr. Ralph Wilson.

A number of highly-specialised sessions on search engine marketing will be offered, such as ‘Dynamic Websites: Beyond the Basics’. Guest speaker Kristjan M. Hauksson, director of a leading Scandinavian Internet marketing company, and his colleagues will discuss a wide range of SEO tactics used in dynamic websites, including page titles, metadata, page headings, content, keyword embedded URLs, page rank and sitemaps.

The Search Engine Strategies conference and expo is geared towards online marketers, business owners, executives, webmasters and SEM/SEO and general web technology professionals.

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